The old and the new, the past and the present, the historical and political, live simultaneously as imposing Mughal structures provide the background for the great Indian political arena. Old Delhi flaunts its Mughal past with the Qutub Minar, the Red Fort, the Jami Masjid, the mausoleums of Humayun's tomb alongside the parliamentary buildings of New Delhi - Sansad Bhavan, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Rajpath. With a maze of bazaars that rival its historical and present day political intrigues, Delhi is a living paradox.
The city of Agra
One of India's most famous cities, Agra is home to the breathtaking white-marble Taj Mahal, a truly magnificent Mughal riverside mausoleum and World Heritage Site. A pleasant town with a comparatively slow pace, Agra is known for its superb inlay work on marble and soapstone by craftsmen who are descendants of those who worked under the Mughals.
The city of Jaipur
comprises the famous structures like Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Amber Fort, the best architectural examples of India. Artistic temples and gardens of Jaipur, marks the atmosphere of serenity and aestheticism to the lands of Rajasthan.